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God’s Last Little Love. 2016.

Assemblage piece created inside a wooden coffin box using a juvenile opossum skull, hand burned pieces of book pages from John Kelly’s book the Great Mortality (a book about the history of the Black Plague), a heart pendant taken from a jewelry box found in the remains of a house fire, dried flowers and quartz crystals. Please view the Etsy listing for full details on the piece.

You can view the listing and purchase this piece here.

Marie Curie’s century-old notebooks are still radioactive, so they’re kept in lead-lined boxes for protection against radiation exposure.  

Photo via: Wellcome Library, London

Anyone wishing to handle her notebooks, personal effects, or other items have to wear protective gear and sign a liability waiver, just in case. She basically walked around carrying radium and polonium in her pockets, so… yeah.

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Marie and her husband Pierre are buried in Paris’s Panthéon, a mausoleum in that contains the remains of distinguished French citizens — including philosophers Rousseau and Voltaire.

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DIY Coffin Cookies Recipe and Tutorial from Not Martha. 

These brownie tasting DIY Coffin Cookies aren’t as hard to make as they look. Not Martha has some tips for making the inside of the coffin hollow.

Of course any coffin cookies look better when presented in a fancy but easy DIY Coffin Box.


A heart broken mother had this grave designed for her deceased 10-year-old daughter in 1871. While she was alive, the daughter was terrified of storms. The grave was constructed with an entrance that descends to the level of the coffin. Her mother would come and enter the tomb during storms to comfort her child. 

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